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>> and brandon you spoke with the owner of the home where the plane came down, what did she have to say? >> reporter: that woman lives on the other side of the trees here. investigators won't likely remove this small plane until tomorrow, an officer is making sure no one gets too close. we can tell you the owner of the plane wasn't on board when it crashed in the backyard. nbc 10 learned the pilot and passenger rented this plane and left for an airport in medford. plane crashed on east lindenwold avenue. both men were conscious and breathing at the time they went to the hospital. the woman who lives in the home where the plane crashed says it's common for planes to fly through this area here in south jersey. >> sometimes planes fly a little low. but usually we don't have any issues.
>> you come home and there's a plane in your yard. >> we have to come down here and take a couple of people to the hospital. by the time we got down here, these two guys were going to the hospital. >> where was this plane heading and why did it crash? we know the pilots and passengers injuries are nonlife threatening. live here in lindenwold, i'm brandon hudson, nbc news 10 news. now to the school strike that cancelled classes four more than 100,000 students tonight. all of p.a.'s state universities hit the picket lines this
morning. there are 14 pennsylvania state universities in all. west chester is among the five schools in our region. the others include east stroutd stroudsberg and cookstown. >> what is the feeling on campus there tonight. >> this is the scene we're seeing at college campuses across pennsylvania. professors on the picket line as you can see a big group of them joined by students. we can tell you that the campus is actually open for students to come and go instead of a geography test. their professors are on strike. >> i think a lot of students are supporting them because i feel like most of them like the picket signs. >> thousands of university professors upset about a
contract offer they say hurts teachers and weakens education. >> they to low ball them. when you low ball faculty at that level, the better ones find better jobs elsewhere. >> reporter: computer science professor dan spiegel says the new contract forces them to pay more for health care. >> it's an increase in co-pays,co-pays, an increase in deductible. >> reporter: to the costs are rising for everyone and they need to save money done are already paid well above the national average. we're also paying tuition. >> students fear a prolonged strike could affect grades and financial aid, even the semester. >> i think they can get rid of
air grades if it lasts too long. >> i hope they don't get rid of the grades because i've been getting as and bs so far. >> reporter: professors unclear how long this strike is going to last. in addition to that health care issue, faculty has concerns about the salary forred a underprofeunde a underprofessors. >> there are 14 state schools on strike, but penn state and temple university not among them and that's because they are not considered state owned schools even though they do get some money from the state. now to our weather, that is so warm today, it's breaking records, a live picture of the art museum, some people enjoying the run up the rocky steps on a beautiful, sunny day.
and short eisleys and sun glasses for these riders. but what a year can make. we make you back to this day last year, that was it, frosty cars and commuters all bundled up throughout the area, the low this day last year in philadelphia was 35 degrees. so enjoy what we have today. and first alert meteorologist sheena parveen is with us now. >> this weekend is going to be a big cooldown, right now we're not anything like we were last year at this time, we're about 20 degrees above normal, today we hit a record high in philadelphia, 82 still wilmington, 84 right now in philadelphia, it's going to be a warm evening, 80 degrees mt. holly. 87 degrees in vineland and hollytown right at 83 degrees. wilmington 87 degrees, allentown 84 degrees, trenton 85.
the past record was normal, 78 degrees. we showed you the video where we said it was in the mid 30s, not anywhere close to that, we're going drop down into the 60s for tonight and tomorrow morning. we'll talk about a big cooldown for the weekend coming up. philadelphia police say they know who they're looking for in connection with a robbery and shooting in rittenhouse square. they have a warrant for a 17-year-old who shot a good samaritan who was trying to prevent the robbery five times. the police tell nbc 10 the suspect's parents are cooperati cooperating. time now to decision 2016, one final face to face in the race for the white house, the scene in las vegas, the presidential canning dats will face-off one last time this evening. the countdown on.
that debates under way in just under three hours from now. nbc 10's lauren mayk has our coverage. >> she's going to be there for the finale tonight, she's going to be there for the showdown tonight. a lot at stake, right, lauren? >> reporter: that is right, jim and jacqueline. this is the last chance for these candidates to contrast themselves against the other candidate who's also standing right there. it's also the last chance to pressure their opponent to talk about things they might not want to. hours before the final debate, both sides are setting expectations i think you're going to see a culmination of the message that donald trump's been trying to deliver. there's a clear choice in this election, 30 years of failed policy, 30 years of no accomplishments and a lifetime of achievement in the private sector. >> he will try to litigate all kinds of false attacks from the 1990s, everything from benghazi to e-mails and other unfair
actionizati accusations and she's just not going to take the bait. >> is donald trump going to be able to stay away from the attacks tonight? >> i think if donald trump attacks, he's definitely going to, but he's going to clearly focus on shaking up d.c. >> jimmy fallon called -- a student, but the clinton campaign is again inviting businessman and former donald trump supporter mark cuban. it is not just on his side that those stunts are happening, why are you guys getting involved in that. >> we're inviting people that can speak to her qualifications and her record. >> reporter: now in addition to thes of both of t both of the campaigns, they both have some guests, i got a chance
to talk to a couple of them and one man from par gay said it is surprising how difficult it is to talk about issues at these debates. >> all right, lauren, next 10 is your place to watch 2016 debate coverage. lauren mayk will join us live from vegas again from the spin room with reaction to the debate on nbc 10 news at 11:00. there's talk today that the trump taj mahal in atlantic city could open. you may remember the casino shut down last week, but we could learn more about the casino tomorrow because that's when new jerseywmakers talk about whether to allow it to reopen. some union say it's a ploy to reopen the casino as a nonunion facility.
good news for cycle lists in delaware. today officials cut the ribbon to open the first 1.1 miles of the georgetown bike trail in lewis. 17 additional miles are under construction. once the trail is completed, it will connect rehoboth beach as part of a larger network of state wide trails. the schuylkill ragatta is one week away. >> philadelphia mayor jim kenney announced today that a mayor's cup will be awarded to the first place winners in the men's and womens varsity 8s. also this year an award will also be dedicated to a commissioner that passed away in august. and why kenney says it's important to recognize the students that part pate these races. >> what could be more important teaching kids necessary the skills rowing promotes. >> the ragatta runs the weekend of october 29.
philadelphia provides a first, we have a live look at the wells fargo center. up next, what will open inside this arena, it's sure to have a lot of local sports fans smiling. another day with record high temperatures, records across the area today, have the umbrella tomorrow and then we have some really cool changes for your weekend. i'll show you how cool it's going to get coming up. i stepped in to change that rule. when my own party held up recovery funds after sandy hit us, i took them on and won. and when veterans were forced to travel out of state for health care, i brought in new local clinics and expanded services. but there's much more to do. my mission is to protect south jersey's way of life. i'm frank lobiondo and i approve this message.
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we'll keep you updated. moving on to a much brighter note. the puck drops in less than two hours from now. flyers hit the ice against the anaheim ducks. and get this, the well s fargo center is shaking things up. shake shack is set to offer a limited menu to fans. wells fargo center, the first everybody nhl arena with a shake shack location. a live look now at boathouse row where it is a perfect day to get out and enjoy this quick burst of sunny weather before fall comes back with winter right behind it. tim furlong joining us live from wilmington. >> and this weather means some added business for people out there?
>> reporter: this is constitution yard and it has been a huge success. but i don't think anybody here would tell you to expect weather this nice this long but i don't think anybody else is complaining. closing your eyes while playing golf isn't a good idea, but if you did close your eyes you wouldn't see all the trees with the orange leaves, the trees are the only reminder wie in summer. that lady's putter was hot today, everyone was hot. that meant the roving beer cart was busy. it's not usually this busy at this time of the year. >> the beginning of october is, i mean, we're kind of dead for the most part, but this 80-degree weather is great. >> this road worker is annoyed probably because he wasn't one of the lucky ones to stop and enjoy the lovely weather.
>> sun's shining, 80-degrees, it's a perfect day for it. >> sure is, and sure was and sure still is. this beer garden closing next week. this spot here, they're going to shut down for a few weeks, it becomes an ice rink. i enjoy the seasons, but i got to tell you, what we got right now is pretty good. we're live along the wilmington river front in constitution yards. >> i'm in agreement with him, but ice skating can be fun. >> it can be. sand versus sun. you have to appreciate all the seasons, i guess. >> no ice just yet, huh, sheena? >> no ice yet, temperatures in the 80s very warm for this time of year. but look at the seven day at the bomb. of your screen, you'll see a big temperature drop as we go into the weekend, right now lehigh valley is cooling down to 77 degrees, philadelphia is still at 84, the normal high is actually 66 degrees, we were 20 degrees above that today.
south jersey neighborhoods already in the upper 80s there. turnersville 82 degrees. mt. laurel coming in at 83 degrees. if you're in robbinsville, your temperatures are right around the low 80s. so today, we had more record highs, including the philadelphia area beating the past record of 80 degrees, so 86 there, atlantic city 85. trenton 85. wilmington got up to 87 degrees, we had a very warm day, unseasonably warm, tomorrow still warmer than normal, but we'll be back down into the 70s. we do have some showers early in tomorrow's forecast, some of those showers could linger into lunchtime. but we go into the weekend and things start to really cool down. the eagles sunday, cool and nice and dry. if you're tail gatzing, it's going to feel like football weather a little bit. 53 while you're tailgating, 58 at the start of the game and 60
at the end of the game. wire going to drop into the 70s to end the week, look at the weekend, 58 for the high saturday, 60 for the high sunday, normal high 66 degrees, today we were 20 degrees above normal. nice and dry right now. there's rain back off to our west, some of that will be moving in for the morning commute not for everyone, just for part of the area. here's future weather, more clouds early tomorrow, best chance north and west of philadelphia with some spotty showers, of those could linger around lunchtime, and by the evening, i think we'll be fairly dry. friday morning, rain just off to our west, starts to move in later in the evening friday, and then for saturday, it does look like some of this rain is actually going to linger to start off your saturday, maybe for the first half of saturday. so as we go through the end of the week, keep the umbrella handy, look at the temperature change as we go through saturday, from 70s now to 60s, rain chance saturday, 57, if you're lehigh valley, expect the
70s in the next couple of days and then everyone drop into the 50s to start off the week, mostly the upper 50s, but in new jersey, mostly along the shore and delaware you're going to have the lowest chance of range for the area, especially tomorrow. i'm danny pommells from csn, wentz and bradford traded to make way for the other. an injury for a return for the flyers. that's up next. nearly three thousand miles - that's how far away
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rookie and the veteran. >> reporter: less than 7 weeks ago, sam bradford was right here on this field practicing to be the eagles starting quarterback. now he comes back here with the nhl's only undefeated team. >> when you're around a certain group of guys for a year, year and a half, you're with them every day, and you spend time with them and you develop relationships there, i think it's tough to kind of to leave some of those guys. it was a great experience. i know some people probably find that hard to believe. but i think i learned a lot about myself as a person, as a player. >> sam will be facing an eagles that he worked against throughout training camp and the preseason. so sam, does that give you an advantage? >> obviously it helps, you know, just having some knowledge of the personnel, being able to go against them in training camp. i'm sure they'll have some new wrinkles.
>> does sam knowing the vikings offen offense -- >> one guy will have the defense. one guy. >> he's got to worry about getting himself ready to play. >> reporter: sam is completing 70% of his passes, this is the best in the nfl. six touchdown, no interceptions, doug pederson believes he would be having the same sick session with the birds. carson wentz was going to sit this whole year if the trade didn't happen. >> at the nova care complex, john clark, csn. let's go to the ice now, flierers home opener tomorrow against the ducks, after the start of the season on the west coast. the orange and black will be missing one of their wingers. michael raffl out with a bruised shin.
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a beautiful night to get out.
>> yes, beautiful because you don't need a jacket and you can walk around in flip-flops still, so it's a really nice evening, i think. as we go into tomorrow, we have some showers in the forecast, not for everybody, spotty showers north and west of philadelphia. still unseasonably warm day, we'll be in the upper 70s friday, the rain is going to hang around, but most of the day could linger into your saturday, but it's also going to get windy. and look at the high on saturday, 6
-- 58 degrees but at least it will be dry. >> we'll see you back here at 11:00 tonight the debate. . tonight from las vegas, wild drama, trump and clinton, the final showdown before the election. donald trump in need of a game-changing moment, unleashing more surprise guests to try to rattle hillary clinton. who is riding high in the polls. bracing for a barrage of attacks. nbc news exclusive as wikileaks releases more stolen documents. intelligence sources tell nbc news what the u.s. is doing to block the russians from making off with anything more. but what else do they already have? blown away -- a massive explosion rocks a big american city. firefighters injured as people run for their lives. and clearing the air -- from buying tickets to lost luggage. the new rules designed to ease your flying headaches. "nightly news" begins right now.